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2016 Virtual Sailing World Championships: Round One Complete

by Amando Estela, SailX 15 Apr 2016 13:07 BST 15 April 2016

Round One of the 2016 Virtual Sailing World Championships on SailX.com is now complete after a competitive seven solid days of racing. Of the 40+ regattas sailed (6 regattas per day for 7 days), there were a total of 21 individuals who walked away with at least one regatta win, as can be seen in the chart below!

Overall results have seen Cooln finishing Round One on a total score of 422 points, closely followed by current Virtual Sailing World Champion Bobchr on 392 points and James_S on 368 points rounding out the top three.

Round 2 is now underway with one regatta already complete having been convincingly won by Disruptor scoring four 1sts and a 2nd... Watch out, Disruptor sounds like the one to beat!

In Round 2 regatta scores carry a higher weighting (x 3 instead of x1) and there is also a total of 84 bronze trophies on the line.

The big question is … when is flow (3rd place last year and one of the SailX legends) going to break out the big guns and make the jump from 145th position?!

Good luck for Round 2 everyone!

Enter for free on SailX.com!

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